Mr MacKnight had pointed out that, Science seems to become the new religion. If a person tells you that he or she does not believe in science, we might all be surprised. Moreover, as my English teacher Mr Fox said during class, the process seems to have taken over human. For instance, a bullet train in Japan probably won’t wait for you when you are late. Even if you very desperate to get on because of some emergence reason. These two points to me, has a cause-and-affect relationship.
In science, the development of a theory undergoes a solid process- like the scientific method. In addition, the study of science as a whole seems to aim for objectivity and rationality. Since the industrial revolution between 18th and 19th century, technology has become wide spread around the world. As the spread occurs, can it be that these virtues of science have made their way into our everyday life?